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Fort Walton Beach Northwest Florida Daily News (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Fort Walton Beach, Florida Contact us Katie Tammen 850-315-4440 show amp Tell get the daily news Ai your school. News Kis in education sign up by emailing Glenda Sullivan at , nay it iou school in april the Santa Rosa Beach coastal Branch Library joined with Bay elementary school to give away 85 children a books during the schools Spring festival. The coastal Library will Host a summer Reading program designed for fun and interaction among families. Stop by the Library for information a a a Rocky Bayou Christian school athlete Anna Klemkosky hot to in the state a special olympics May 15-16 Sharon in Orlando Dooley Tina l specializes school scoops in the 50-meter dash and the softball throw for her gender and age group in other rfcs news student Tiffany Wagner earned the accepting the Challenge of excellence student of the year award from the Niceville Exchange Chib. The Ace award comes with a $500 scholarship and Tiffany qualified for District level Competition a a a the Meigs Middle school quiz bowl team made it through preliminary rounds at the Middle school National championship thu moment in Dallas on May 9. Quiz bowl is a competitive academic interscholastic activity students answer questions about science math. History literature mythology geography social science current events sports Ami popular culture. The local team members were Angus Atkins Aja Bell. Erin Heap. Logan Hernandez Ben Shannon and Bentley Siner. The students Are coached by Kathi Heap a a a collegiate High school senior Taegan Larina Locke Dennis received a $9,000, four year scholarship from the modern Woodmen of America a fraternal Benefit society offering financial services. Taegan intends to attend Honda state University where the scholarship will Combine with others she has received her Mother Theresa Dennis encourages parents of High school freshmen and sophomores to look into the scholarships available from the organization a a a on our daily morning walk my dog and i always receive a smile and wave from one of our school bus Drivers. As the stammer beat sets in. My old dog can to go As far so i take her Home Ami i continue the walk for exercise one morning last week when i was out without her the bus Driver asked about her. Reminding me that we have a marvelous group of educational support personnel at our school districts i have seen this Driver wait patiently As High school students run from their Homes to the bus she greets the students with a smile and she gets them to and from school safely thank you to All our educational support personnel for All you do Yew May Rte pm by Coa a Siml scoop to Iii Lac oops Campus Corner a Reno special Ieth daily maws Mary Esther elementary school students recently showed their appreciation for their school resource officer. With help from their librarian assistant the students wrote notes to Deputy Jenna Oliver to Tell her How grateful they were for her presence. The activity was done As part of a school wide police officer appreciation week. Students in the schools a kids club also received a special visit from Deputy Mark Nucci and his canine partner Nucci talked to the students about what he does. The a kids club is sponsored by the kiwanis club. Photos special to the daily news Lait Deputy Mark Nucci Speaks with students about what he and his canine partner do at the Okaloosa county sheriff s office. Bottom loft school resource officer Jenna Oliver talks with students Bottom right Oliver shows off the notes she received from students. On the net see More photos at . Com show tall spa have someone in mind to nominate a student tor youth spotlight email or Call 315-4406. Brother and sister launch Charity for kids by Savannah Vasquez 65444641 <4esiwlofs4v set Stez Destin a Luke Sherwood and his sister Maya might be Only to and 12 years old respectively but they already have achieved More than some adults. With help from their father they recently launched kidz4kidz Florida its a charitable organization aimed to inspire a giving spirit in children. All the Money raised goes to the children s Home society of Florida which helps abused Foster and orphaned children. A a it a kids helping kids a Luke said. A it s a kids organization Quot he and Maya said the idea took shape about six months ago after they helped out at the Charity last Christmas a what really moved my sister and i was one girl Quot Luke said. A fall she wanted was a Blue dress and that a what made us realize How fortunate we Are a he and Maya spent a night brainstorming with their father before they landed on the kidz4kjdz concept they realized that although most children have the necessary things in life such As food and shelter not All get to Eiyo just being kids Savanna students sell bracelets at Destin elementary to raise Money for kidz4kidz Florida. Front from left Are Haley Topolski Carolyn Lowers Andrey Lukin and Luke Sherwood. Back from left Are Kathleen Flores and Maya Sherwood. A like getting to play in an Arcade or paying the $10 it costs to go on a Field trip a Maya said. Since launching kidz4kidz Florida they be raised $200 through the Sale of a Multi coloured rubber bracelets at their schools they Hope to see the program grow and have enlisted other students to help out. Quot we were raised to be Humble a Maya said. Quot we have always been taught to to learn More kidz4kidz Florida is open to doas on How to meat the Community t needs. To find out More or pass on suggestions visit www.kidx4kidlzfl.com or tweet or inst Agrem them it kidz4kidz_.fi. Think of others before ourselves a Luke added a we try to be the Best people that we of us students sing to raise Money for trip who Republican women of Okaloosa Federated amount $1,000 criteria non traditional female student with a High school diploma or ged who might have experienced an interruption to her higher education essay yes opa requirement none listed deadline june 12 application available at Jessika land was named the 2015 Crestview High school bulldog idol after impressing the crowd with her singing and ukulele skills. Ricky Coley was named first runner up. The event was held by the school s thespian troupe to help offset costs to attend Florida state thespian festival in Orlando. Special to the daily news Pat a4 across Okaloosa county a Small group of students is taking on leadership responsibilities at their elementary schools. The Junior deputies Are handpicked by school resource officers following an application process. They must be in Good academic standing and ready to take on a leadership role. Along the Way they learn about integrity respect and commitment. Name Ben often school f Brose desired superpower Quot heat vision because when someone is stuck in something i could bum them out of it Quot act of kindness helped his mom clean up the House. Name Alyssa Mhz school Brose desired superpower to pick up realty heavy Dungs. When i was younger i always wanted to pick up Geeky heavy bungs but i because i Wasny to Strong act Al kindness helped her brother after he was in in Accident. Name Chase Randall school plow desired superpower Quot super Speed because if someone gets Hurt i can run to act of kindness helped during the Field Day for Kinde Gartner name Amanda Feist school pow desired superpower Quot shape shifter because then if there s a crime you could Chan into anything and criminals wont know Quot act Al kindness took Cen other mom when she was sick

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